TouchMark Blog

May 1, 2012

Delphon Promotes Darby Davis to Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Contact: Jeanne Beacham Phone: (510) 576-2220 9 A.M. EDT, May 1, 2012 HAYWARD, CA, MAY 1, 2012: Delphon, a worldwide provider of high-quality, innovative products and services to high technology companies, today announced the promotion of Darby Davis to Vice President, Sales and Marketing.
May 1, 2012

Delphon Appoints Rajesh Varma Director of Marketing and Technology Development

Contact: Jeanne Beacham Phone: (510) 576-2220 9 A.M. EDT, May 1, 2012 HAYWARD, CA, MAY 1, 2012: Delphon, a worldwide provider of high-quality, innovative products and services to high-technology companies,
October 11, 2011

Jeanne Beacham of Delphon Industries Receives Two Prestigious Awards

Contact: Jennifer Nunes Phone: 510-576-2253 9 A.M. EDT, October 11, 2011 HAWARD, CA OCTOBER 11, 2011: Jeanne Beacham, CEO of Delphon Industries, a provider of materials and services for the shipping, processing, and packaging of high value semiconductor and medical devices,
May 5, 2011

Delphon Announces Partnership with Neu Dynamics Corporation

Contact: Jeanne Beacham Phone: 503-480-1191 9 A.M. EDT, May 3, 2011 HAYWARD, CA MAY 3, 2011: Delphon Industries, a leader in handling, processing, and packaging of high technology components and medical devices announced today a partnership with Neu Dynamics Corporation to offer turnkey packaging solutions.
February 8, 2011

TouchMark Develops New Printing Process for Conductive Inks

Contact: Raymund Abiera Phone: (510) 576-2220 9 A.M. PST, FEBRUARY 8, 2011 HAYWARD, CA FEBRUARY 8, 2011 – TouchMark a division of Delphon Industries and industry leader in Medical Device Pad Printing, announced today the development of a printing process for medical applications using conductive inks.
November 11, 2010

TouchMark Develops Pad Printing Process for Microcatheters

Contact: Raymund Abiera Phone: (510) 576-2220 9 A.M. PST, NOVEMBER 11, 2010 HAYWARD, CA NOVEMBER 11, 2010 – TouchMark, a division of Delphon Industries and leader in medical device pad printing, announced today that it has developed a process for high resolution printing on microcatheters with diameters as small as 8 mils(203μm).